27) Before leading Enkidu to the shepherds, and again when she leads him from the shepherds to Uruk, the harlot adjures
him, "You are wise, Enkidu, and now you have become like a god.
Rather, Jesus adjures
them to seek a heavenly treasure that, although it cannot be grasped or understood by the usual human standards of success, is nonetheless indestructible.
The Bible adjures
Christians to live in the world without being of the world.
her to "do something else, outside yourself.
Famous archetypes, constantly cited, were Seneca's Medea, who thus works herself up to murder her children, and Shakespeare's Lady Macbeth, who adjures
the murdering ministers: 'Unsex me here
Each time Baby Suggs adjures
Sethe to "lay down [her] sword," Morrison reveals how the characters pick up a song and use it as a shield to defend and affirm their humanity.
This does not mean such sessions are tightly controlled by a contracting officer who may permit program people to attend but adjures
them to silence.
In Julius Caesar, Brutus, for example, entreats "Romans, countrymen, and lovers" to "Believe me for mine honour, and have respect to mine honour, that you may believe" and, more elaborately with equivalent substitutions, he adjures
, "Censure me in your wisdom, and awake your senses, that you may the better judge" (3.
6] Moreover, in line with his egalitarian approach, Bahya adjures
his readers to correct any errors they may find in his work.
A recently published parchment adjures
the God of the Christians "that you keep any person who may wear this amulet from all [harm] and all evil and all sorcery .
In both cases, Jesus adjures
us to give without hope of return.
Why is it that Bergeron, even as he announces that the Folio is 'the dramatist's corpse', insists that it is also his living corpus, and adjures
his readers to 'embrace the admonition of Heminge and Condell that we must read [him] again and again'.